While the full value of the 2018 International Research Conference at UC Davis promises to be immeasurable, UC Davis Global Affairs wanted to take moment to highlight five tangible benefits that will come from attending the conference on September 17-18, 2018.
In this AIEA Occasional Paper, the authors draw from data collected from women who hold leadership positions in international higher education to analyze the role of gender in differential experiences of leaders in higher education.
Mighty things grow from small seeds, as a team from the school’s One Health Institute discovered recently in Nepal. Drs. Jonna Mazet and Joseph Gaydos had the satisfaction of seeing a project they implemented with the help of a UC Davis Global Affairs seed grant serve as a catalyst for additional funding from the World Wildlife Fund to aid Nepal’s Department of National Parks in improving that country’s wildlife health and conservation.